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Shirley Jones Makes Her Ptown Debut

By Michael Cox | Monday Jul 27, 2015
An Academy Award winner best known for her leading roles in "The Music Man," "Oklahoma!" and of course in the cult TV classic "The Partridge Family," Shirley Jones and Grammy Award-winning accompanist John McDaniel will play the Paramount for 2 shows.

Rush @ Club Cafe :: Saturday, July 25, 2015

Monday Jul 27, 2015
It was another jammed Saturday night at Rush @ Club Cafe this past week. Here are the pics of who was there.

The Making of 'Beautiful Something' - Joe Graham's Searing Indie

By Robert Nesti | Monday Jul 27, 2015
Four men have an eventful night in Joe Graham's searing indie "Beautiful Something." EDGE spoke to the director, as well as his two leads -- Brian Sheppard & Zack Ryan -- about the film currently on the festival circuit.

Pride Films and Plays' 2nd Annual LezFest: A One Night Fling

By Winnie McCroy | Monday Jul 27, 2015
After being a sold out success in 2014, Pride Films & Plays announces another year of "LezFest: A One Night Fling," a celebration of women who love women in words, songs, music and theater on July 27 at Mary's Attic.

Social Experiment in Kiev Ends With Gay Couple Pepper-Sprayed by Neo-Nazis

By Bobby McGuire | Monday Jul 27, 2015
Inspired by the video of two Russian bloggers who walked hand-in-hand through Moscow streets last month to gauge attitudes towards gays, a Ukrainian gay couple replicated the experiment in Kiev with unsurprising, yet unfortunate results.

Homophobe Throws Heterosexual Pride Event: Nobody Cares

By Bobby McGuire | Monday Jul 27, 2015
If awards were given to the saddest homophobe in Seattle, one person would clearly lead the pack.

Failure: A Love Story

Monday Jul 27, 2015
Prolific Chicago-based playwright, Phillip Dawkins, is back with his zany seriocomic reverie, "Failure: A Love Story."

Die Mommie Die!

Monday Jul 27, 2015

The Commuter

Monday Jul 27, 2015
Atnos Gasparyan is your typical executive with a suburban home and a happy husband in the kitchen. It's 1947, and there's a chicken in their pot. But these happy days are built on a secret: Gasparyan works in the city... in the year 2210.


Monday Jul 27, 2015
Underwritten and overwrought, "Threesome" attempts to take on serious topics and drowns in self-righteousness.

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